March 2, 2023 | Psycho-Neurobiology and War | In a lecture presented to cadets and faculty at West point in 2018, Dr. Charles Morgan, specialist in neurobiological and forensic research, provides insight into military medical research on the brain and where the science is headed.
Notable is the soft tone of voice while describing some disturbing research such as merging the human brain with computers, DNA hacking with CRISPR technology and the ability to covertly influence the thoughts of individuals, even while they are sleeping. Military research is often framed as a way to help people though the science also has the potential to be weaponized.
Other programs include the ability to target specific individuals with nano weaponry with the capability of activating cells remotely.
There is ongoing research on how to change memories, plant “memories” that never happened, and even completely erase someone’s memory.
There is an urgent need for bioethics in technology and independent civilian oversight to control military research.
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